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Reno Marketer Ira M. Gostin Named Communications Strategist of the Year

by | Sep 27, 2021

Corporate LiveWire, a London-based publisher of global business publications has announced that Ira M. Gostin, MBA, APR and the managing partner at G8 Strategies LLC., has been chosen as the West Coast USA Communications Strategist of the year in their 2021-2022 Prestige Awards competition.

The Corporate LiveWire platform provides business professionals and individuals in the corporate sector with information on the latest news and developments from around the globe as well as produces roundtable events and the Prestige awards.

According to the award, The Prestige Awards recognize small and medium sized businesses, including independent businesses, that have proven to be the best in their region over the past year. The judging panel based their decision on the G8 team’s client achievements and that they go “above and beyond” to create innovate success strategies for those clients.

“We are quite honored to receive this recognition,” said Gostin. “To be recognized by a global publication for the work that we do is beyond exciting.” Gostin, a veteran marketing communications strategist runs G8 Strategies from Reno with his partner and wife Erin Gostin, RN. G8 also has an office in New York City.

G8 works with industrial clients in the mining, manufacturing, energy and healthcare sectors worldwide. They specialize in helping companies move the needle through investor relations, marketing and communications strategies.

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